A few more photos from Lexington School District in SC. I was there for 9 days of talks including a weekend READ Fest, a community event put on by the extraordinary school librarians of this district.
One of the things I talk about a lot in presentations is scale. Here’s a fun art project to look at crocodile scale. Oh, and the food is not for the crocodile. The Hamilton students were collecting food for the hungry. They were stacking around the length of the building in order to reach their goal.
From Hamilton School, some extraordinary art and thought!
Here is the Be a Stream Hero Contest Flyer for grades K-2.
Deadline is December 31, 2008.
Winner receives a huge collection of new books and a school visit by April Pulley Sayre
anywhere in the U. S.
Harrison School, South Bend
I have teamed up with Charlesbridge publishing, the publisher of this book, and created the Be a Stream Hero contest. The winner of the contest wins a school visit from me.
In fact, in honor of Trout Are Made of Trees, Charlesbridge publishing staff spent a day cleaning up the Charles river! Continue reading “Trout Are Made of Trees Activities”